PINOT GRIGIO IGT

Organic – Non GMO – Sustainable – Vegan

 

This Pinot Grigio is made with 100% organic grapes, farmed in vineyards meeting all the EU natural criteria in Italy. Naturally low in sul˜tes, this non-GMO wine is made at Castellani Estate in Sicily using traditional methods and modern equipment. Enjoy this with your favorite meal or alone as it delivers as a wine that takes no shortcuts.

Bottled and labeled with bio-safe materials. Featuring the new Helix™ re-usable cork seal.

Latest Review :

A tangy and fresh pinot grigio with sliced apple and pear character. Full body, plenty of fruit and an easy finish. Drink now. Made from organic grapes. - James Suckling 90 pts (Vintage 2016)
 
 

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THE SOUTHERN PINOT

Pinot Grigio from Sicily

 

In Sicily, lots of winemakers avoid the use of pesticides, chemical fertilizers, and herbicides merely because they cannot afford them.
The dry and warm climate of southern Italy allows for good grapes every year even without the use of chemicals.  Widespread, environmental,  Sicilian viticulture sustainability is given by the unsustainable economic and market environment in a region where the best whites were manufactured. For these reasons, we have selected to produce our Pinot Grigio. An  Italian white grape varietal most requested abroad. We met winemakers from Sicily to restore dignity to their hard work by targeting their extraordinary wines in our ZIOBAFFA project as an ambassador of the best Italian winery. That’s where our Pinot Grigio was born.

 

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FOOD PAIRING

Learn the fundamentals behind food and ZIO pairing to create your own great pairings

 
 
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ZIOBAFFA Pinot Grigio pairs well with a wide array of lighter cuisine, especially fìsh/shellfìsh, poultry, pasta in cream sauce and softer cheeses. It's also an excellent aperitif. Ideally, serve at 50 - 54 °F.

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